What We Need to Know about “Old-People Smell”?

Updated on January 18, 2020

Body odor – it’s a touchy subject, especially when it comes to the scents associated with older people. Your body odor can change throughout your life cycle. Different stages of life come with its distinct scent. Think of a newborn baby, they have that fresh scent. Again a teenage boy also has a distinct scent … Read moreWhat We Need to Know about “Old-People Smell”?

23 Myths about Aging

Updated on January 15, 2020

As people age, society may take on some assumptions about them. Many in society view aging as a dreaded time of life. Although there is substantive evidence about many contributions that the elderly people make to their societies, there exist pervasive misconceptions, negative attitudes, and assumptions about the older people. These limit older people’s freedom … Read more23 Myths about Aging

How to Deal with Prescription Medication Addiction in the Elderly?

Updated on December 19, 2019

It might be surprising and quite unexpected, but prescription addiction is a significant problem among seniors. According to the federal substance abuse and mental services Administration, the number of seniors in the age of 50+ who requested help for substance abuse in 2008 was 231,200. When you compare this with the 1992 figures of only … Read moreHow to Deal with Prescription Medication Addiction in the Elderly?

How a Smartphone Can Help You Live Independently at Home?

How a Smartphone Can Help You Live Independently at Home
Updated on December 19, 2019

Smartphones have only been around for just over two decades but the impact they have made is undeniable. This is evident from the number of people currently owning smartphones. As it stands, nearly 77 % of Americans are reported to be owners of smartphones making the smartphone the most quickly adopted consumer technology of all … Read moreHow a Smartphone Can Help You Live Independently at Home?

Seniors and Pets

Updated on November 11, 2019

Did you know that nearly half of the senior population in the U.S is lonely? Well, yes, because of isolation. With their kids moving away in search of the dollar and then being kept busy all day every day, it’s very normal to stay for months without visiting their aging parents. And you honestly can’t … Read moreSeniors and Pets